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    Aam Aadmi Party to complete 3 years, plans development trips on Feb 11

    By Shreya
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    Senior Aam Aadmi Party leader Gopal Rai on February 9 announced that the Aam Aadmi Party will complete three years on February 14 and to mark the occasion development trips will be conducted on February 11 to carry the Delhi Government's work to the public. Ministers and MLAs from all constituencies will take part in the 'Vikas Yatra'.

    Aam Aadmi Party to complete 3 years, plans development trips on Feb 11

    Gopal Rai said "The Aam Aadmi Party is going to complete three years on February 14th, day in Delhi. To reach the people of Delhi, we will be launching Aam Aadmi Party campaign all over Delhi on February 11, under which on that day, 70 development trips will be organized in all the assembly constituencies of Delhi. The Ministers of Delhi, the MLAs of Delhi and the party office bearers will lead the development trips and interact with the public, "

    He added, "In the second phase of this, office bearers of different polling stations will communicate with the public to take public feedback on the work of the government so that the people get a chance to share any suggestion that they have for the government,"

    Hailing the work of the Delhi Government he said, " As you all know that there have been different governments in the country, and today different states have governments of Congress and Bharatiya Janata Party, but no government has worked like the AAP government. In spite of all the obstacles in the last three years, the government is moving forward, fulfilling the promises of its manifesto, the government is dedicated to fulfilling the commitment of the people,"

    "In the last three years, we have achieved a lot of achievements, we have shown about 90% of our manifesto and are committed to reaching out to the masses soon," Rai asserted.

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